Music

You’re Bringing Me Drama (Razorrawks/Grhymz Exclusive)

Trebuchet brings you an exclusive first look at 'You're Bringing Me Drama', lead single from the collaborative Razorrawks/Grhymz EP 'Plug Ugly'....

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Post-Techno and the Eminence of Melancholia – Liziuz

Tobias Lisius's alter-ego Liziuz unleashes a brooding, Berlin-esque electronic soundscape in new release 'Geschichten des Lebens'....

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Wrecked The Grading Curve – Home Wrecked

Sheffield Pop Punkers Home Wrecked tackle the tricky sophomore release with a fresh, mature approach in ‘Try What You Want, Just Make Sure It Works’....

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No space for the unexpected – XOR Gate

Gerald Donald's XOR Gate lands a glimpse into his vision of a machinic techno-future with new release 'Conic Sections'...

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Diary of a Pop Punk kid – the team behind Pop Punk Pile Up 2018

Upstart young festival Pop Punk Pile Up take us through what their debut year has in store for the UK's Alternative scene....

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Making music: a Taxing process?

Blues and Rock-influenced unit Tax The Heat drop in to discuss new album 'Change Your Position'...

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Craic is pretty moreish!

Trebuchet slides its way down to Islington on a snowy St Patrick's Day to bear witness to the Country stylings of ex-Popster Derek Ryan....

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If we don’t choose the path we walk, who wrote this music?

Burgeoning Emo influenced Alt-Rockers Selfish Things pump a little Canadian sheen into a dreck-spattered scene....

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Six compilation albums wasn’t enough – Nightwish

Finland's Symphonic Metal pioneers Nightwish dig through the archives to present yet another compilation of their work....

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2018: the year of the Crown?

Lincoln Alt-Rockers Carry The Crown are angling to make a statement with new release 'Not Alone'...

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Damned if we go to a(nother) Punk show

Seasoned Punk veterans The Damned on a London stage is an all too familiar site after a career spanning over 40 years....

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Nomadic music and the convergence of style – Tengger Cavalry

Sometimes, the tropes of contemporary Western culture can combine with the music of other eras and nations to turn up unexpected results....

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Welcome to the new vibrancy with Three Kings High

Sam Liddicott takes a look at the Bristol music scene and interviews one the cities most exciting bands, Three Kings High....

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Bring back my old jeans, pop-nostalgia and Elan Noon

Napinco encounters songwriter Keenan Mitag-Degala's project Elan Noon and new album 'Have A Spirit Filled'....

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Frank Turner brings punk to the folk-core (or vice versa)

Contemporary Folk-Punk troubadour Frank Turner's Hardcore alter-ego Möngöl Hörde knock London's Scala down a couple of pegs....

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Openings: An Esoteric Short Story

Voices from another dimension, or glitches in the wiring? Into the Esoterics of Music...

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Nick, Find a Cave and Hide Your Face

What could Po$$ibly make a $eemingly $en$itive arti$t $uch a$ Nick Cave Play I$rael?...

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The Feathers and the Fury: Ry Bird [Interview]

Graphic artist Ry Bird talks art, music and fighting cats...

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Loitered Lens: Trebuchet Print Issue 2 Launch (Structure and Architecture)

Looking for Lola at the club down in old Soho.... Scenes from the launch of Trebuchet's second print edition...

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Load, Wind, Release! Trebuchet Issue Two Launch

Azimuth calculated, trajectory defined. Trebuchet's second print issue - launched...

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The real cost of music?

Suffering for your art is common practice, but is it worth dying for?...

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Dance Away the Dementia: How Dance Maintains Brain Function

Dancing can reverse the signs of aging in the brain ...

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Tune in, Turn On, Don’t die with your novel still in you.

One man's wisdom is another man's trite platitude, but who wants to spend their life guarding dust?...

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Sunflowers and Daguerreotypes: Rencontres d’Arles

At the opening week of the Rencontres d’Arles international photography festival ...

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Woman of Substances (Jenny Valentish)

Addiction isn’t gender neutral, and neither is mental health....

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Sci-Fi London: Film, Music, Literature and Canine Cosplay #SFL17

Ten days of sci-fi film, live music, immersive experiences and more...

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Thanatopolis II: Ghostly Frescoes, Industrial Art (at Waterloo)

Thanatopolis II: An Evening with Autopsia...

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Pop Music: Whatever Happened to the Intro

Short attention spans inspire intros that are 4 times shorter, study finds...

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Womadelaide Walkabout (Part Three)

Clashes, odd formatting and muscle twinges get put aside for Oumou Sangare at Womadelaide...

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Loitered Lens: Beyond the Beat at the Royal Albert Hall

Previews of Julio Etchart's photography from the Beyond the Beat exhibition at the Royal Albert Hall...

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